Mosquitoes can be such a pain in the butt, especially if you're trying to enjoy the beautiful outdoors, but these 10 plants that repel mosquitoes are here to the rescue! You won't need anymore mosquito sprays (that are LADEN with cancer causing chemicals), weird smelling rings, or insect zappers if you have these 10 mosquito repelling plants in your garden.
For best results, we recommend planting these around the area where you hang out, such as near your patio, pool, or especially where there is a lot of light at night.
10 Plants That Repel Mosquitoes and Actually WORK!
Rosemary is not only a delicious and super versatile herb to have in your garden, but it also repels mosquitoes! Plant the rosemary in a pot and place it around your outdoor seating area.
Horsemint is an aromatic biennial and has been used for thousands of years for medicinal purposes but also to repel mosquitoes. Even better, is that this herb actually looks very beautiful!
Marigolds not only look amazing in any garden setting, but they also keep those pesky bugs at bay so you can enjoy a mosquito-free zone whilst admiring these beautiful flowers!
#4. Lemon Balm
Lemon balm is super effective at keeping mosquitoes at bay, but also give a wonderful scent all throughout the yard!
These stunning perennials repel mosquitoes and are show-stoppers in any garden!
No surprise that citronella has made this list, as it's one of the most effective mosquito repelling plants on the plant!
Catnip isn't just for your cats anymore – mosquitoes actually hate these plants and will stay away if they smell it!
Basil is an amazing little herb to have around your kitchen because of its many culinary purposes, but did you know that it also keeps mosquitoes at bay?
#9. Lemon Thyme
This lemon scented evergreen makes for a great decorative plant as well as keeps mosquitoes at bay!
Aside from having a multitude of culinary and medicinal uses, lavender will also repel mosquitoes!
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